Learn How To Dress Like a Gentleman from Bernhard Roetzel, the world famous German author whose Gentleman book has sold more than 1. An exclusive and revealing interview with the author of some of the most well- respected books on classic menswear, Bernhard Roetzel. Gentleman. A Timeless Guide to Fashion was first published in German in , by the publishing.

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Any man who is really interested in these books is probably more likely to enjoy the older fonts and design choices over the newer ones.

The author presents an overview of different areas of men’s clothing, but doesn’t go into much detail. I guess a lot of production will come back to Europe and China will become much more sophisticated and real challenge for Italy.

Instead of theory, these styles are from the real life. It can be argued that with his book, Gentleman: Amazon Advertising Find, attract, and engage customers. This book is by no means bernharr style guide.

The material is so detailed as to be almost a send-up of the English gentleman rather than a sartorial exploration. German upperclass members with old money dress in a similar way. Big tailoring houses adapted this system to their needs, or used their owns systems, like Knize for example.

We still have about ten good old firms, and maybe 30 more tailors who work on a high level. Dale rated it it was amazing Jul 06, I personally do not like Hungarian lasts, I prefer the Viennese last or English lasts. Geentleman tailors in general are less good at cutting. Bernhard Roetzel born August 17, in Hannover is a German author. Danny Price rated it it was amazing Apr 27, Tailors in Vienna tend to gentlrman a very soft jacket with natural shoulders, probably due to influences from Triest.


Bernhard Roetzel’s Gentleman Lookbook : A review – Parisian Gentleman

Was it influenced by the well-established Hungarian shoemaking tradition, via the historical ties of the Austro-Hungarian Empire? Bernhard, first of all, it means a lot for me that you agreed to be interviewed for My Dapper Self. Jul 18, Mark Hollingsworth rated it it was amazing.

Ships from and sold by Amazon. Thank you very much, Bernhard. This isn’t a “wear this” type of book, but does offer suggestions on what goes with what. Shopbop Designer Fashion Brands. Please try again later. German tailors always aimed to follow fashion, which has made their clothes less timeless. Most cutting systems are based on the idea that the cut and the measurements of a garment will derive from a few measures like the height, the chest or the waist circumference, using formulas and tables.

It also takes the reader behind the scenes with step-by-step photos of how good shoes are made, and how they hand craft suits, while supplying information on what is appropriate attire when one is out and about at different functions.

Text is only present to describe the origins of the garments and in the introductions of chapters. Back Dressing the Man: Roetzel has been quoted in German newspapers, such as Welt Online, [6] Der Tagesspiegel [7] reotzel Manager Magazin Online, [8] with his opinions on men’s fashion. Roetzel is more focused on documenting the clothes and lifestyle of a certain class, place, and time period.



Bernhard ROETZEL, Author at Parisian Gentleman

In Aprilhis latest book Mode Guide fuer Maenner was published by h. Customers who viewed this item also viewed. Anything new or exciting you would like to share with the readers of this site? In-house cutting systems or cutting styles have the advantage of securing a certain standard and a pre-defined look. There’s a problem loading this menu right now.

By using this site, you agree to the Terms of Use and Privacy Policy. Return to Book Page. What can you tell us about the widespread use of traditional country wear?

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For some reason, he writes about English style. He collected me at the airport in Moscow wearing a dark green worsted two-piece suit made by his tailor in Naples. The audience is free to choose from both options.